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This course focuses on the competition law in the contest of new economic order. It will provide each student the knowledge on the applied aspect of Competition law and its application before the Commission, Tribunal and Courts. For this course the student ought to have the basic knowledge of contracts, company law and general understanding about commercial transactions including consumer related issues.

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    Skill Level
    Course Duration
    3 months
    Curriculum Items
    28
    Certificates
    Already Enrolled
    75
    Price
    4,500.00 2,150.00

    Course Curriculum

      • Module-1 | Session-1 02:00:00
      • Module-1 | Session-2 00:00:00
      • Module-1 | Reading Material 00:00:00
      • Module- 1 | Quiz 00:30:00
      • Module-2 | Session-1 00:00:00
      • Module-2 | Session-2 00:00:00
      • Module-2 | Session-3 00:00:00
      • Module-2 | Reading Material 00:00:00
      • Module-2 | Quiz 00:30:00
      • Module-3 | Session-1 00:00:00
      • Module-3 | Session-2 00:00:00
      • Module-3 | Session-3 00:00:00
      • Module-3 | Reading Material 00:00:00
      • Module-3 | Quiz 00:30:00
      • Module-4 | Session-1 00:00:00
      • Module-4 | Session-2 00:00:00
      • Module-4 | Reading Material 00:00:00
      • Module-4 | Quiz 00:30:00
      • Module-5 | Session-1 00:00:00
      • Module-5 | Session-2 00:00:00
      • Module-5 | Reading Material 00:00:00
      • Module-5 | Quiz 00:30:00
      • Module-6 | Session-1 00:00:00
      • Module-6 | Session-2 00:00:00
      • Module-6 | Session-3 00:00:00
      • Module-6 | Session-4 00:00:00
      • Module-6 | Reading Material 00:00:00
      • Module-6 | Quiz 00:30:00

    About This Course

    The aim is to train the students and make them understand the market structure. The emphasis will be on the case studies including the working of respective commissions and tribunal. In addition to this, students will be encouraged to participate in online discussions and will be provided with the detailed written material on the relevant aspects of competition law.
      STUDENT LEARNING OUTCOME
    • Understanding the fundamentals of competition law.
    • Comprehension of compliance with regard to the regulatory laws on the competition related issues.
    • Understanding of the investigation and procedural intricacies of Competition laws.
    • Development of capability for the correct interpretation and application of the Competition laws in the  light of case laws.

    Syllabus

    Module I: Introduction to Competition Law
    • Origin and Background of the Competition Law.
    • Competition Law in United States and Europe.
    • Theoretical and conceptual framework (Classic, neo classic, Harvard and Chicago School).
    • Historical Development of Competition law in India.
    • The MRTP Act: Predecessor of the Competition Act, 2002.
    • Indian Competition Law framework.
    Module II: Prohibition of Anti-Competitive Agreements
    • Important Definitions: Agreement, Cartel, Consumer, Enterprise, Goods, Services, Practice, Market and Relevant Market.
    • Anti- Competitive Agreements.
    • Appreciable Adverse Effect on Competition (AAEC) in India.
    • Horizontal and Vertical agreement.
    • Rule of per se and Rule of Reason.
    • Exemption.
    • Leniency: how to make it work.
    • Jurisprudential Trends – Case Laws.
    Module III: Prohibition of Abuse of Dominant Position
    • Concept of Relevant Market.
    • Dominance in Relevant Market.
    • Abuse of dominance.
    • Theory of Predatory Pricing.
    • Jurisprudential Trends – Case Laws.
    Module IV: Regulation of Combination
    • Combinations: Merger, Acquisition, Amalgamation and Takeover.
    • Horizontal, Vertical and Conglomerate Mergers.
    • Combinations covered under the Competition Act, 2002.
    • Procedure and form Filing.
    • New Regime 2020: Green Channel.
    • Regulation.
    • Jurisprudential Trends – Case Laws.
    Module V: Enforcement Mechanisms, Competition Advocacy & Role of Commission
    • Establishment and Constitution of Competition Commission of India.
    • Powers and Functions Jurisdiction of the CCI – adjudication and appeals, Director General of Investigation (DGI)- Penalties and Enforcement.
    • Extra Territoriality.
    • Competition Advocacy in India.
    • Jurisprudential Trends – Case Laws.
    Module VI: Emerging Trends in Competition Law
    • 1. Interplay/ Interface:
    • Consumer Protection Law and Competition Law.
    • Intellectual Property Rights and Competition Law.
    • Telecom Regulatory Authority of India and Competition Law.
    • E-commerce and Competition Law.
    • Big Data and Competition Law.
    • IBC and Competition Law.
    • 2. New Era of Competition Law 2020.

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